Date Night with the Dialogue Wheel: Keepcast, part 1
Q&A with Fernando & Leah of Dragon Age Keep
Dragon Age Inquisition A.I.
Want to learn a little more about Inquisitions A.I.? Check out this fun little article from Load the game! :)
"if you have Cassandra in your party – she’s a warrior – and if you’ve built her to be kind of like a tank warrior, an offensive warrior, she’s going to try and draw aggro across everyone; all the enemies around her."
Full article here!
Two weeks ago, Dragon Age fans were introduced to Skyhold—the Inquisition’s base of operations—through an article from our friends at Game Informer. Following the article, we caught up with Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee to ask a few follow-up questions.
In part 3 of this interview series, Cameron discusses controlling the seat of power at Skyhold and passing judgment on your foes!
[DRAGON AGE]: Let’s talk about the role of the Inquisitor. How much power do you have as leader?
[CAMERON LEE]: As the Inquisitor, you have an authority that spans nations, shaping events and issuing commands to your agents throughout a land in strife. Your power over the fate of thousands also has a personal side. The burden of leadership falls to you, and right or wrong, your choices will have an impact on the lives of those who cross your path…
Please see source for full article.
Want to Win a Dragon Age Keep Code?
Here’s how you do it. Reblog this post (or tweet me @Ladyinsanity) answering this question:
What decision do you most regret making in Dragon Age?
My personal example: I regret keeping the Architect alive, solely because I think he’s one of the original magisters (like Corypheus) who will become aware and bite me in the ass one day.
I’ll randomly choose TWO winners from the entries. (Thanks Christina!) Will be taking reblogs and tweet entries until 7:30PM Pacific.
A Question from The Eastern Winds
"Okay, so I’m replaying Dragon Age right now. I’m running through, hitting side-quests, looking at off-the-books goods, and talking to every NPC that will give me the time of day. Eventually I can’t postpone it, and I have to let the plot progress. I do the ritual, and then I’m asked to follow Duncan. Knowing now what I didn’t know my first play-through, I can’t help but notice that after the joining Alistair is excluded from a meeting he had more right than the player character had to be a part of. (Obviously I mean the one right before The Battle of Ostagar.)
Is it because Duncan, and possibly Loghain, purposely tried to limit interaction between the half-brothers? Were they afraid of Alistair’s actions, or even our immature king’s, should they ever meet? (Did either of the men even know?)
Maybe the king himself, being immature, and, from what I gathered, rather impulsive, asked for the player character because he liked what he saw upon the arrival?
I was curious for your thoughts on the matter.
(Also, please forgive the copious commas and parentheses. While I’m almost certain it’s all grammatically correct, it is also almost ridiculous now that I’m looking at it.)”
I never thought about it like that! Good observations. I think Alistair was still a shy about his heritage and avoided the meeting. What do ya’ll think?
Q:Saw those two inquisitors from Ryan Treadwel. You're right. There's no stopping the excitement now. I'm going full hype. No going back.